Saturday Snapshot: Trip to Plimoth Plantation

It was school break this week and we were just at home, so for two days I took the kids down to the Cape to see Plimoth Plantation and the Mayflower II.

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As always, I am challenged with my editing skills!! Here’s what we have:

–The kids standing in the English Village of Plimoth Plantation. It was just starting to rain and we were some of the only ones there, which was great! We could do whatever we wanted to! We talked to Miles Standish for about 30 minutes and hung out in the homes when it rained. There is also a Wampanoag village there with true Native Americans that were working and building a canoe (picture did not come out) that fascinated my son!

— 1620 marks Plimoth Rock!

— Here are the kids with the Mayflower II in the background and then on board. In true “Nolan” fashion, I get us everywhere at the start of the day when it opens — much less busy. We were the only ones on the Mayflower for a bit and could interact freely with the folks there.

–My kids asked me to include this “Moo-flower” cow statue from the visitors’ center since they thought it was hysterical!

Plymouth is only 75 miles from us, but we stayed the night to make it extra fun. The second day we went back to the Plantation to the Wampanoag village again and to see the baby animals in the barns.

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12 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot: Trip to Plimoth Plantation

  1. We visited this area many years ago when our son was 11 or 12 years old. (He’s grown now with a daughter of his own.) We were all fascinated! I think it’s time to go back. Thank you for sharing your photos.

  2. Would love to visit Plymouth. One of my step granddaughter has accepted a job in Boston, Maybe that will be a reason to visit the East Coast. Thanks for sharing, and prompting my vacation planning. 🙂

  3. I love it there! We try to visit every few years and spread our visits across the seasons … I dream of being one of the historical interpreters … what a fun job that would be!

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